Roasted Bell Peppers Angel Hair Pasta

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Roasted Bell Peppers Angel Hair Pasta a quick ,filling and delicious meal idea to prepare on weekdays or weekends.The roasted peppers make this pasta extra smoky and scrumptious.I love the different shapes of pastas and keep experimenting them using in my kitchen.My latest affairs are with angel hair,corkscrew and bow tie pasta.




Kids prefer their own choice of shapes .The elder one prefers rotini while younger one loves macaroni.Mr. Husband has a deep affection towards fettuccine and tagliatelle.Most of our weekend morning breakfast cum lunch or should I say brunch is pastas with vegetables and different kinds of sauces.
This angel hair pasta makes a perfect meal and tastes fabulous.I guess the texture makes it more appetizing.
Some more ideas for pasta recipes - Tagliatelle Bolognese , Spaghetti Meatless Meatballs ,Fusilli in Arabiatta and Cheesy pasta shells.



Blogging Marathon#62/Week 1
Theme-Quick Meals
Dish-Roasted peppers angel hair pasta
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Ingredients:
8 oz angel hair pasta/capellini
1 red/orange bell pepper
1 green bell pepper
1/2 cup broccoli florets,
1 cup spinach leaves,chopped
1 yellow onion,chopped
2 cup pasta sauce
1 teaspoon dried basil
1 teaspoon dried parsley
salt to taste
peppercorn to taste
4 tablespoon olive oil
few parsley leaves,chopped
Cheese to garnish (I did not used)
water as required

Method:
Cook angel hair pasta as per package instructions.Drain and place the under running tap water.
Apply a tablespoon of olive oil on the noodles and set them aside.
Cut bell peppers lengthwise and place them on a lined baking tray.Broil for 7-10 minutes or until light burned and smoky.Remove from oven and chop in small pieces.
While peppers are broiling,heat olive oil in a pan and add garlic and onions.Saute for 1-2 minutes.
Now add the bell peppers,broccoli,spinach and pasta sauce.Cook covered for 5 minutes.
Add dried basil,parsley,salt and peppercorn.Stir and add cooked noodles.
Cook for 1-2 minutes more.
Remove from heat and add chopped parsley leaves.



Serve warm topped with parmesan cheese.




Serve-4 Cooking time-25 minutes


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Best regards,
Sapana Behl

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11 comments

  1. Nice clicks sapana. Here spaghetti is preferred by the man. About the kid ....I will let you know when I know about it or when he makes up his mind.

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  2. Wish i live near you to inviting myself to enjoy this super aromatic pasta, so tempting.

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  3. Your pasta dish looks so inviting..

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  4. Pasta looks inviting.. My elder one loves pasta..Nice clicks.

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  5. Stunning clicks Sapana. My kids love pastas of any kind and I am sure they will love this.

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  6. The pasta sounds delicious and lovely clicks.

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  7. I like the different choices of you guys , this way you get to make different variations. The dish looks super inviting .

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  8. Very colorful and inviting pasta Sapana. The dish looks delicious and healthy too.

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  9. What a colorful and delicious looking pasta dish Sapana. Looks awesome.

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  10. This is such an inviting pasta and nice presentation.

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  11. The pasta has turned out fantastic..great pictures..

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